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Tech Transfer Roundup: UM Ventures' Deal-Making Priority Is Flexibility

Now providing seed and venture funding for some of its start-ups, University of Maryland's tech transfer has expanded its capabilities in recent years. Plus, our monthly roundup of private/public-sector transactions.

Deals StartUps and SMEs

Electroceuticals: Drug-Like Effects, Without The Drugs

Electroceuticals could replace the use of pharmaceuticals in many chronic diseases, offering effective treatments without, perhaps, side effects. Medtechs pioneering these next-gen neuromodulation devices are sparking investor interest.

Medical Device Innovation

GSK’s Focuses Bioelectronics Quest On Blocking Single-Organ Neural Signals

In the final part of its three-prong effort to advance the nascent field of bioelectronics, GSK will award a $1 million prize to researchers who are first able to solve the single-organ nerve interface challenge. Previously, the pharma launched its bioelectronics R&D unit and Action Potential Venture Capital to spur progress in this area.

BioPharmaceutical Medical Device

With Academic Collaborators, GSK To Plug For ‘Electroceuticals’

GlaxoSmithKline will fund nonprofit labs across several biomedical and engineering disciplines and offer a $1 million cash prize to probe the role of neural activity in disease. The goal is to build new devices that treat a range of diseases “in their own electrical language.”

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